I have worked out the problem with my saw and have found that it is the flange on the arbor that is not running true and is causing my blade to wable on my saw. I have found one person that has had to correct this by building a jig at 45* and using a stone setting the arbour at 45* and slowly grinding down the flange until it is true all the way accross. It is like cutting a rotor on a car wheel to within acceptable tolerances to allow the brakes to work. Has anyone else come accross this situation. Does anyone know if the flange on a Rockwell/Beaver 34090 A flange is threaded on or pressed on? On the manual that side of the motor is not visable and it does not say anything about how it is assembled.
I believe the flange is pressed on, but I am not certain.
I found out from a friend at a machine shop they are pressed onto a very fine spline. I had the motor out and we put back in place to within .003. It will do until I have the time and funds to have the motor opened up and have it cut down to perfection. I made a large mishap when I removed the motor this time because I had, had it out a year ago to replace the capacitor. I thought the pics from then would allow me all I needed to wire the switch back in but I find the capacitor is in the way of the wires I need to look at in order to rewire the switch. Even with the schematic I am finding it difficult and I do not want to do it wrong and fry the capacitor again or something else. Any suggestions?